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    No matter how you slice it, an attempted coup is underway in Venezuela. Venezuela: Call It What It Is—a Coup WWW.THENATION.COM The power grab of the right’s Juan Guaidó is brazenly unconstitutional. If you're only going to read one article about the apparent US-backed coup currently underway in Venezuela, make it this one.
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    Have Aliens Found Us? A Harvard Astronomer on the Mysterious Interstellar Object ‘Oumuamua WWW.NEWYORKER.COM Avi Loeb discusses why we need to consider the possibility that the... I must admit, this article really triggered my imagination. What do you think, was the object just an "ordinary" asteroid or was it actually a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth’s vicinity by an alien civilization?
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    Be sure to check out this excellent video by Aaron Bastani in which he takes a hard look on the latest impartiality-gaffe by the BBC (see the previous one from last week) on their top political TV show Question Time with Fiona Bruce. "The BBC is meant to stop fake news, not amplify it. Last week on the BBC's Question Time Diane Abbott was subject to disgraceful treatment. The host Fiona Bruce was neither accurate nor impartial. Isabel Oakeshott’s dishonesty was constantly unchallenged. Tory minister Rory Stewart couldn't believe his luck in how biased the chairing was." The BBC cannot honestly call itself politically neutral and unbiased if it continues like this!
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    American racism then and now.
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